The story of Peter Marshall: Confidant to the powerful, this humble man's sermons riveted America and captured the heart of Catherine Marshall
Peter Marshall, the poor Scottish immigrant who became chaplain of the United States Senate, was one of the most revered men in America. His story, written by his wife, Catherine Marshall, provides a unique glimpse into the life of this passionate preacher. Combining wisdom and humor with practical truth, this is a book about lovethe love between a dynamic man and his God, and the tender, romantic love between a man and his wife.
Peter's tale, woven through with his powerful sermons and prayers, offers insight into God, humanity, and life on earth and hereafter. If God can do so much for a man called Peter, he can do as much for you.
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About the Author
Catherine Marshall, New York Times best-selling author of thirty books, is best known for her novel Christy. Based on the life of her mother, a teacher of mountain children in poverty-stricken Tennessee, Christy captured the hearts of millions and became apopular CBS television series. As her mother reminisced around the kitchen table at Evergreen Farm, Catherine probed for details and insights into the rugged lives of these Appalachian highlanders.A beloved inspirational writer and speaker, Catherine's enduring career spanned four decades and six continents, and reached over 30 million readers.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I liked this biography. Wish we had more men of his 'ilk' today.
This book illustrates how the Lord works and how he does it in his time and for his work. You cant read this book and not know that the Lord was and is at work in his world today. We must be ready for his time.